Tiny Home With Luxury Bath-House Made From Recycled Windows

This spectacular is ultra small and designed to travel, but when it’s owner found the perfect parking spot he added on an incredible toilet and luxurious bath-house made from .

The tiny house is only 4 meters (roughly 13 ft) in length, making it ultra portable, and features a spectacular geodesic window which floods the home with a transcendent array of colour.

For a number of years, Emmet traveled all over eastern Australia with his on wheels, before eventually finding a wonderful organic farm where he chose to settle down for a time. With a long term parking spot in place, he set about constructing a wonderful for himself, with amazing views over the farm and all constructed with recycled glass windows.

You can find our more about this tiny home on wheels on our website: http://www.livingbiginatinyhouse.com/tiny-home-with-bath-house-made-from-salvaged-windows/

Visit Emmet’s website: http://www.thewoodbutcherstinyhouse.com/

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  1. That location and set up is just absolutely awesome wtg! Always look forward to your episodes Bryce cheers.

  2. The very best part of so many of these is how happy the people in the homes are, and this was no exception. Loved it!

  3. This is amazing! You can feel the spirit and soul of generations in all the different materials… and that dome window! Truly magnificent! I also love to see a „really tiny“ tiny home since the trend seems to be with the larger modules. This looks so cozy and liberating to live in! Well done!

  4. I have saved this to my playlist (your vids are filling it up haha) I have also tweeted and shared to Facebook. I absolutely love this one and have been dreaming of doing my own for years. I have been subbed to your channel for such a long time now and just addicted to your content ever since I found you.

    Thanks for what you do mate. I have some pretty long term goals of creating a space for tiny homes here in the UK and of course building my own. I wrote about it on steemit in my blog. If you could take a look and maybe give me any ideas on how I could speed up my progress towards starting such an endeavour that would be incredible. The link is here:


    Look forward to many more vids and hope to hear back from you soon mate. Regards, Steve UK

  5. Love this, so clever:-) I am building my bathroom in my tiny house tomorrow with my pink bath…can’t wait to have that first hot shower:-) Thanks Bryce

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